Washington DC - When it comes to the Sahara conflict, one of Moroccan Saharawi’s chief complaints has been the Moroccan politicians’ lack of a good and deep understanding of the Sahara dossier. It is a sad truth, but few Moroccan parliamentarians, ministers and political activists are familiar with the details, background and specifics of the so-called Western Sahara conflict as it stands today. As a delegation of Moroccan political parties readies to fly to Sweden to convince the Swedish government not to recognize the self-proclaimed  Sahara Republic (SADR), some wonder if in fact these delegates are qualified and equipped to make arguments in support of Morocco’s Sahara positions on the international scene.

Sahara: Swedish Social Democrats Put Polisario Back in Its Place
Sahara: Swedish Social Democrats Put Polisario Back in Its Place
Born in Kenitra, Morocco and based in Washington, Hassan Masiky (Hassan.